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Stories from Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Concert band going 'Way Down Yonder' in next performance (06/09/10)
Volunteer recovering after dog attack (06/09/10)
A volunteer at the Clay County Humane Society Shelter is on the mend after being unexpectedly mauled Tuesday afternoon. According to records at the Clay County Justice Center, a 911 caller reported to authorities a 10-year-old male dog had attacked a volunteer dog handler at the shelter, located at 8280 North County Road 125 West, Brazil...
Decorative drawing (06/09/10)
Grace Nicosin, 7, Brazil, finds the perfect position to draw the eye on her fish windsock, Wednesday during the Brazil Public Library's summer reading program. Grace is the daughter of Shawn Nicosin. Kimberly Gleason Photo.
Pottery Festival becoming an annual tradition (06/09/10)
For 125 years, Clay City has been synonymous with pottery. This Saturday and Sunday, the 23rd annual Pottery Festival will take place. Sponsored by the Clay City Lion's Club, the event will begin at 9 a.m., Saturday, and conclude at dusk. Sunday's festivities begin at 10:30 a.m., and end at 6 p.m...
More work being done at the parks (06/09/10)
It was a short meeting for the Brazil City Parks Board Tuesday. President Ruth Ann Jeffries was absent, so Vice President Todd Brackman ran the meeting. "The pool is open and so is the refreshment stand," Supt. of Parks Bill Houck said. "All major concrete repairs are complete at the pool."...
Gazebo roof donated (06/09/10)
Pell's Roofing associate Eric Mullinix works on the Clay County Courthouse gazebo roof Wednesday. Pell's Roofing was at the courthouse Wednesday placing a Duro-Last material on the roof of the building, which houses the Honor Roll of Clay County Veterans. The material was donated by Duro-Last and Pell's Roofing donated the labor. Jason Moon Photo...
Band moving up the voting ranks for grant (06/09/10)
As of 10 p.m., Wednesday, The Northview High School Band and Guard ranks 27th in the running for a Pepsi grant worth $25,000. The top 10 in voting of each category receive grants. According to the Northview grant page, www.refresheverything.com/keepthekidsons..., the band hopes to receive grant money to help fund 50 performances for the 200 students involved in the program...
Mayberry Classic (06/09/10)
CLAY CITY -- The fifth annual Mayberry Classic will take place at 8:30 a.m., Saturday, July 10, at Goshorn Park in Clay City. The event will include a 5K run and 5K walk for ages 6 and above. There will also be a 1-mile Fun Run/Walk for all who would like to participate...
Library Summer Reading Programs (06/09/10)
Summer Reading programs will take place every Wednesday, beginning at 1:30 p.m., through July 21, at the Brazil Public Library. Those interested do not have to have a library card to participate in the weekly programs. The programs are free and open to the public...
College News (06/09/10)
Josh Chittum Josh Chittum graduated with honors May 15, 2010 from the University of Missouri School of Journalism. He received a degree in magazine writing, a multicultural certificate, and minors in political science and psychology. He currently works for the University of Missouri Department of Publications and Alumni Communication. He plans on staying in Columbia, and any job offers would be appreciated. He is the grandson of Everett and Joann Goss...
Cub Scout Pack 45 places second in parade (06/09/10)
Cub Scout Pack 45 assisted V.F.W. Local 1127 in the Loyalty Day Parade May 1, 2010, and were awarded a trophy for second place. The scouts also placed flags on the graves of our fallen soldiers in Calcutta West Cemetery, May 24, 2010, as an assistance to our local veterans of Post 1127...
CLUB NEWS (06/09/10)
Van Buren Hustlers On May 18, 2010, the Van Buren Hustlers had their fifth meeting. In this meeting, we elected officers: In other business during the meeting, Mrs. Cassie Smith demonstrated how to fill out a record sheet that is used to keep track of your achievements in 4-H...
Northview awards its spring athletes (06/09/10)
By CAREY FOX Times Sports Editor The high school sports season nears its end as spring sports are well into the postseason around the state. Northview High School's boys' golf team remains as the only remaining team still in action with today's regional in Washington...
George Noble "Nobe" Butler (06/09/10)
George Noble "Nobe" Butler, 98, Brazil, passed away June 8, 2010, at 5:30 p.m., at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. He had been a resident at the Clay Health Center and the Exceptional Living Center for the past seven years. Nobe was born in Parke County, the son of George Washington Butler and Henrietta Thomas Butler. ...
PUBLIC RECORD 6-10-10 (06/09/10)
Clay County Courthouse The following transactions took place at the Clay County Courthouse June 7-9: Clay Superior Court -- Civil Unifund CCR Partners Vs. Loretta A. Lawson: Civil Collections Capital One Bank Vs. Austin R. Thiemann: Civil Collections...
Harmony Happenings (06/09/10)
Epworth United Methodist Church is hosting the Men's Breakfast Saturday, June 19, starting at 8 a.m. All men are invited to join the fellowship. Pastor Bob Kumpf is at the Indiana United Methodist Conference at Ball State University. He will be back at the church Monday, June 14. Ted Jackson will deliver the message this Sunday at Harmony and Lena...
Brazil Buzz (06/09/10)
My garden is looking great. I tilled and hoed, chopped down and dug out weeds most of the day yesterday. The grass needs cutting and the shrubs could stand a trimming, but that is another day. Today, I strolled over to the homestead to check out the rhubarb. The stalks were just right for harvest. This will be the second time this year the plants donated to my food store...
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